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This website is in the beta phase of development, meaning that it's currently being worked on. We have decided to make Allo available to the public during all development phases. The website may not contain all planned features and services. Many features may be incomplete, which can hinder user experience and reliability.
You can expect the following:
If you are doing academic or scholarly research, it is safe to rely on the accuracy of our data.
We changed the domain name of the Allo website from https://allo.conscious.ai to https://ancientlanguages.org and fixed several minor bugs. Read more
For Allo Latin, all the verbs now have full conjugation tables for all tenses, voices, and moods.
Fixed various minor visual errors on mobile devices.
Allo Latin now was conjugation tables for verbs. These are derived from a recently added data integration partner–Cactus2000. All forms in the active voice are shown. In the following days, we shall be adding forms for verbs in the passive voice alongside participles.
Allo Latin now was declension tables for nouns. These are derived from a new data integration partner–Cactus2000.
Allo is now in the beta release phase. This major release focused on content additions for Allo Latin, which is scheduled to be a fully complete 1,000 word dictionary by the end of May 2023.
Added many more sentences and entries to Allo Latin.
Continued adding new nouns.
Fixed many minor visual errors–mainly with respect to mobile devices.
Added a bundle of new entries to test new features.
Fixed many minor bugs based on user feedback.
Refactored naming conventions for data used in layouts in order to support more languages in the future.
We spent some time assessing which languages were going to be included following the completion of Allo Latin in order to prioritize non Indo-European languages.
In this release, we worked on several major areas of our infrastructure.
Apple's release of iOS 13 introduced some interesting bugs that broke some previous features. This release focused on addressing those issues.
In this release, we fixed bugs and fine tuned minor features.
In this release, we focused on minor improvements related to general website navigation.
While this was not our most exciting release, it was important. We included bibliographic data to each definition entry.
This feature release included many new items that novice learners want to see.
We are excited to move toward the beta release and hope that we can keep making speedy improvements.
The search experience was completely overhauled to include improvements, bug fixes, and important new features.
This release included a few other improvements and laid important groundwork for a major feature release (coming later).
This release added other bells and whistles to the non-dictionary site experience.
This release graduates the website into 0.2.0 with the release of new features that are significant.
A new canvas (right side) menu was added to switch between pages and languages. This also included a language switcher.
Latin entries now include data from the Oxford Latin Dictionary. This addition provides new data fields as well.
This release involved adding many new and useful data fields for Latin dictionary entries.
Verba dominumque machinae cano.
There is no freely available user-friendly, modern, precise, and credible dictionary for dead ancient languages like Latin, Sumerian, and Sanskrit. It is therefore necessary to construct one.